Strategies for Teaching the New Curriculum: Promoting Self-Regulated Learning in the Classroom


Course description

This workshop introduces a suite of evidence-based self-regulated learning tools and practices to support teachers and students to strategically conquer academic challenges both during and beyond pandemic schooling. The workshop will be co-facilitated by teachers and researchers with a focus on the power of student-teacher-research partnerships for promoting self-regulated learning.

The workshop will be co-facilitated with:

  • Moria Hood, SD 62 Dunsmuir Middle School
  • Patrice Heppell, SD63 Claremont Secondary School
  • Meg Kapil, Registered clinical counsellor
  • Michelle Bahena Olivares, UVic Centre for Accessible Learning

Learning objectives

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand basic concepts of self-regulated learning (SRL)
  • Experiment with online resources to learn about self-regulated learning practices and academic challenges
  • Discuss strategies for promoting SRL awareness and guiding students to self-regulated learning in your classroom
  • Learn how SRL practices are being supported in three academic contexts: middle school, high school, and transition to university
  • Explore what it means to develop student-teacher research partnerships to promote SRL


It is recommendable that participants have experience working in K-12 education.

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